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Upgraded submarines Irkutsk and BPC Marshal Shaposhnikov will receive Zircons

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Undergoing major repairs and modernization, the large anti-submarine ship (BOD) of the 1155 project Marshal Shaposhnikov and the multipurpose nuclear submarine of the 949 project (Antey) Irkutsk will be able to use the latest Zircon hypersonic missiles after returning to service. This was announced by Deputy Minister of Defense of Russia Alexey Krivoruchko.


Upgraded submarines Irkutsk and BPC Marshal Shaposhnikov will receive Zircons


Krivoruchko visited the Far Eastern shipbuilding cluster, where he checked the progress of modernization of the Marshal Shaposhnikov project at the Dalzavod Shiprepair Center in Vladivostok and the multipurpose nuclear submarine of the 1155 Project (Antey) Irkutsk undergoing modernization at Daln Zvezda factory in the Big Stone of Primorsky Krai.

According to the deputy minister, the upgraded BOD and nuclear submarines will receive universal launchers allowing the use of Zircon hypersonic missiles.

In 2020 year, we should get the modernized ship "Marshal Shaposhnikov". (...) The universal launchers this ship will receive will allow it to use the latest Zircon hypersonic missiles in the future

- Krivoruchko told reporters, adding that the submarine Irkutsk will also be able to use Zircons.

Earlier it was reported that the multipurpose nuclear submarine of the 949А project (Antey) Irkutsk will be upgraded to the 949AM level. During modernization, new universal launchers for modern Caliber or Zircon cruise missiles will be installed on the submarine, which will replace Granit anti-ship missiles. The return of the submarines to the Pacific Fleet is planned in 2022.

After the modernization, the BOD of the 1155 project “Marshal Shaposhnikov” will become a frigate, a decision on this has already been made. During the modernization, he will receive the anti-ship complex "Uranus" with X-35 missiles and universal launchers for cruise missiles "Caliber", "Onyx" or "Zircon". The return of the ship to the Pacific Fleet is scheduled for next year.
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  1. aszzz888
    aszzz888 8 November 2019 11: 31
    +16
    We are modernizing large ships, and introducing small ones into operation — small ones — corvettes, frigates. Perhaps at this time this is the best option. It's my personal opinion.
    1. kapitan92
      kapitan92 8 November 2019 11: 53
      0
      Quote: aszzz888
      We are modernizing large ships, and introducing small ones into operation — small ones — corvettes, frigates. Perhaps at this time this is the best option. It's my personal opinion.

      BOD displacement 7500tn. With the construction of new problems. God grant in 2027 we will see.
      5000 tons, at the very least have mastered it, and even then "give it back" for 5 years.
      Recently, this topic was discussed at VO.
      The 1155 series is successful, after modernization, it will serve 10 years, there are only 8 of them. left.
      Another question, the timing of repair and modernization, BPK "Shaposhnikov" from 2016. worth it if in 2020. the fleet will be given 4 years !!! hi
      1. Artemiy_2
        Artemiy_2 8 November 2019 12: 23
        +2
        I don’t think for 10 years. Krivoruchko said that even 1234 modernized for another 16 years will serve
      2. Vladimir1155
        Vladimir1155 8 November 2019 12: 37
        -3
        1155 only 4 pieces are ready, and the pair is under repair
        1. kapitan92
          kapitan92 8 November 2019 12: 43
          +2
          Quote: vladimir1155
          1155 only 4 pieces are ready, and the pair is under repair

          Under project 1155, 12 large anti-submarine ships were built, a third of which were decommissioned and disposed of in the past.. Six or seven BODs of this type are in service, while Marshal Shaposhnikov has been under repair and modernization since 2016. After his return to service, the command plans to resolve the issue of updating the remaining BOD of the same type. So far, there are no clear plans of this kind.

          https://topwar.ru/158541-modernizacija-bpk-proektov-1155-i-1124m.html
          1. antivirus
            antivirus 8 November 2019 12: 52
            0
            a few more small spoons in the piggy bank - already good
            partners are "happy"
          2. DarkMatter
            DarkMatter 8 November 2019 20: 31
            0
            Six or seven BODs of this type serve

            So six or seven? How can you lose a ship with a displacement of 7500 tons (the destroyer actually)? wassat

            In fact, 5 BODs out of 9 are currently in operation.
            In the North: Severomorsk and Kulakov.
            Chabanenko hung on to wait for repairs, which, according to the most optimistic estimates, will end no earlier than 23 years, that is, I would say no earlier than 24, taking into account our realities.
            Levchenko has not been on the move for some time now and, apparently, in anticipation of a full repair (with modernization), which is not even clear when it will begin. Most likely it will begin no earlier than the same 22-23 years. And the same 3-4 years will most likely continue, that is, we will see it only + - in 7 years. Although we will hope for an earlier start of work. The duration may be due to the fact that the repair of both Tributs and Shaposhnikov revealed a huge amount of additional work on the hull (which partially led to puffs). For example, Tributs was sent for repair in 2013, and he returned only in 2016, and Shaposhnikov has been in repair / modernization for 4 years and he is not finished.

            At the Pacific Fleet: Panteleev, Vinogradov and Tributs.
            Shaposhnikova I doubt that they will hand over the next year, judging by the course of work. If only for the new year and then it is unlikely. I would say no earlier than 21 years.
            Tributs only returned a couple of years after the repair with partial modernization. So they probably will not touch him yet.
            Well, first look at the results of the modernization of Shaposhnikov, and they will plan what to do next.
            What I want to note. Nevertheless, time has power over everyone, including the so-called fleet workhorses. What is now shown by inspections of repaired ships. We need normal maintenance and timely repairs throughout the service. The situation is not entirely critical, although delay can now cause irreparable damage, but also not entirely rosy, as many publications write about the repair / modernization of all BOD, which is about to begin and now consider it will end.
            1. Vladimir1155
              Vladimir1155 8 November 2019 21: 55
              0
              Kharlamov is gone forever, about Levchenko and Chabanenko, it’s not a fact that they will be repaired taking into account the wear and tear of the engines, it’s good if 6 pieces remain in service, and then no more than 10-12 years
            2. kapitan92
              kapitan92 8 November 2019 22: 45
              0
              Quote: DarkMatter
              So six or seven? How can you lose a ship with a displacement of 7500 tons (the destroyer actually)?

              Dear! I gave a link to the VO site. If you have any objections, this is to the author of the article on VO,
              Quote: DarkMatter
              Chabanenko hung on waiting for repairs,

              12 were made, the 13th according to project 1155.1 this is "Chabanenko". Adopted by the fleet in 1999.
              Still "young" in comparison with their predecessors. Officially under renovation since 2014
              How long this repair will last, God alone knows!

              Quote: DarkMatter
              Levchenko has not been on the move for some time now and, apparently, in anticipation of a full repair (with modernization), which is not even clear when it will begin.

              Will begin! After the completion of the modernization of "Shaposhnikov" in 2020-22, our admirals appraised the results of the modernization, project financing, etc.
              Quote: DarkMatter
              The situation is not entirely critical

              I think you are an optimist! hi
        2. Artemiy_2
          Artemiy_2 8 November 2019 13: 50
          +2
          5 same. 3 on Pacific Fleet and 2 on SF
      3. ser56
        ser56 8 November 2019 14: 58
        +1
        Quote: kapitan92
        Another question, the timing of repair and modernization, BPK "Shaposhnikov" from 2016. worth it if in 2020. the fleet will be given 4 years !!!

        By the way, the ship was built in 3 years ... request
        1. Alexey RA
          Alexey RA 8 November 2019 16: 05
          +1
          Quote: ser56
          By the way, the ship was built in 3 years ...

          But not to the end - there was no nasal AP "Dagger" in 1987 on "Marshal Shaposhnikov".
          1. ser56
            ser56 9 November 2019 13: 46
            0
            Quote: Alexey RA
            nasal AP "Dagger"

            Thank! I didn’t know ... as always - they didn’t fulfill the plan, they handed it over with deficiencies to a letter of guarantee ... bully
        2. kapitan92
          kapitan92 8 November 2019 17: 09
          +2
          Quote: ser56
          By the way, the ship was built in 3 years ..

          Honor and respect to the Soviet shipbuilders! hi
      4. Marconi41
        Marconi41 8 November 2019 16: 45
        0
        Quote: kapitan92
        With the construction of new problems. God grant in 2027 we will see.

        The main thing is that they would not calm down. And then the BOD will be converted into strike ships and will be hammered for the construction of new ones for a long time.
        1. kapitan92
          kapitan92 8 November 2019 17: 11
          0
          Quote: Marconi41
          And then the BOD will be converted into strike ships and will be hammered for the construction of new ones for a long time.

          According to the info from our Commander-in-Chief of the Navy, the deadline may be postponed to 2021, then the command will review the results of the modernization and decide on further ships. Something like that. hi
    2. Tiksi-3
      Tiksi-3 8 November 2019 13: 16
      +1
      Quote: aszzz888
      Large ships are being upgraded

      for good, all BOD and Antey need to be modernized
      1. soul
        soul 8 November 2019 15: 43
        +2
        Still, they would have taken on the unfinished Pike-B (NEA plant No. 519) for themselves. It may be necessary to drag her to Sevmash for this.
        1. Tiksi-3
          Tiksi-3 8 November 2019 15: 47
          -2
          Quote: alma
          Still for unfinished Pike-B took

          drinks good + all living Shuki-B is the same for modernization ..... the only question is in capacity and money .., it really is not permissible for us any modernization to last .....
  2. parkello
    parkello 8 November 2019 11: 31
    +4
    7 feet to him under the keel ...
  3. Nycomed
    Nycomed 8 November 2019 11: 53
    -1
    And when was Shaposhnikov built?
    1. kapitan92
      kapitan92 8 November 2019 12: 26
      +1
      Quote: Nycomed
      And when was Shaposhnikov built?

      From 1980 to 1991, 13 BODs of project 1155 were built (one of them was for improved project 1155.1). To date, eight such ships have remained in service - four in the Pacific Fleet and the same in the Northern Fleet.
      "Shaposhnikov" since 1986 in the ranks.
      1. Nycomed
        Nycomed 8 November 2019 12: 30
        -5
        The Americans are already writing off the Ticonderogs of those years ...
        1. kapitan92
          kapitan92 8 November 2019 12: 36
          +5
          Quote: Nycomed
          The Americans are already writing off the Ticonderogs of those years ...

          A total of 27 UIC-type Ticonderoga cruisers were built. 22 cruisers remain in service. 11 of them are in reserve. Years of construction since 1983. So they are not in a hurry to write off!
        2. Vladimir1155
          Vladimir1155 8 November 2019 12: 41
          +1
          repair and re-equipment of nuclear submarines is much more important, nuclear submarines are very necessary
  4. Charik
    Charik 8 November 2019 12: 50
    0
    but where is this BOD-UVP in the bow? Are those oblique under X35?
    1. Alexey-74
      Alexey-74 8 November 2019 13: 24
      +2
      Perhaps the architecture will change, and launchers will change, make it vertical (for Onyx, Caliber, Zircon)
      1. Artemiy_2
        Artemiy_2 8 November 2019 13: 51
        +3
        Instead of the second gun, they put two ZS-14s. Instead of uranium sockets
    2. alexmach
      alexmach 8 November 2019 14: 01
      +1
      Instead of a second art installation. It’s a pity they didn’t put a new one for him. At least 16 Calm cells would be just fine.
  5. Ros 56
    Ros 56 8 November 2019 13: 30
    0
    This is good for us and our allies, let potential rivals scratch their turnips before doing disgusting things.
  6. Old26
    Old26 8 November 2019 14: 01
    -2
    Quote: Alexey-74
    Perhaps the architecture will change, and launchers will change, make it vertical (for Onyx, Caliber, Zircon)

    Not possible, but most likely to change. Surely they will remove inclined ones on anti-submarine missiles.
    1. Charik
      Charik 8 November 2019 18: 17
      0
      And where then to put X35
  7. Chicha squad
    Chicha squad 8 November 2019 15: 53
    0
    Who is there only these Tsirokny will not receive, according to the news. Would have installed at least something.
  8. Ryaruav
    Ryaruav 8 November 2019 18: 19
    -1
    it’s good that a large number of ships will be armed with zircons, but so far even about testing these missiles the silence of the lambs
  9. Old26
    Old26 9 November 2019 10: 25
    -2
    Quote: Charik
    And where then to put X35

    After your post, I re-read the note and suddenly realized that the last phrase in the note
    In the course of modernization, it will receive the Uranus anti-ship complex with Kh-35 missiles and universal launchers for the Kalibr, Onyx or Zircon cruise missiles.
    frank delirium. If "Caliber", "Onyx" and, in the future, "Zircons" are put on, then why are "Uranus" needed then?